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White Mountain Independent

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Allen leads task force on Health Care Reform

Posted: Sunday, September 12, 2010 5:00 am

WHITE MOUNTAINS - Sen. Sylvia Allen told The Independent this week that she will be heading up a new task force to study the impact of Obamacare on Arizona.

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  • Red Republican posted at 6:51 am on Sun, Sep 12, 2010.

    Red Republican Posts: 1

    How many taskforces will Allen have? Do they every get anything done? Maybe we will find how old the earth really is on her next task force!

  • Mountain Hick posted at 6:33 pm on Sun, Sep 12, 2010.

    Mountain Hick Posts: 244

    Like paying to sue the feds over the Health care law, then with the other hand applying for money from said Health care. Passing laws that cost more to defend than results we gain.


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